PPS: “Israeli Soldiers Abduct 29 Palestinians, Including Two Women, In The West Bank”

14 Aug
12:48 PM

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported that Israeli soldiers invaded, on Tuesday at dawn, several communities in the occupied West Bank, and abducted 29 Palestinians, including two women from Hebron.

The soldiers conducted extensive and violent searches of homes during the invasions, and interrogated dozens of Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

In addition, the soldiers invaded a Lathe workshop in Yatta town, south of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, after smashing its front door, and confiscated all of its equipment, for what the army claimed “being used to manufacture combat materials.”

The soldiers also installed roadblocks, stopped and searched dozens of cars, and interrogated scores of Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

Furthermore, the soldiers invaded farmlands, owned by Hashem Mustafa Allan, in the northeastern part of Einabus village, south of Nablus, in northern West Bank, before the military bulldozers uprooted them in preparation for expanding the illegal Yitzhar colony, which was built on private Palestinian lands.

The PPS identified the abducted Palestinians as:

  1. Sonia al-Hammouri, Hebron.
  2. Sa’eda Bader, Hebron.
  3. Mohammad ‘Aadi, Hebron.
  4. Ghazi ‘Aadi, Hebron.
  5. Dia’ ‘Aadi, Hebron
  6. Majd ‘Aadi, Hebron.
  7. Emad Abu Turk, Hebron.
  8. Ya’coub Abu Turk, Hebron.
  9. Mahmoud Barghouthi, Ramallah.
  10. Rami Ezzat Barghouthi, Ramallah.
  11. Adnan Barghouthi, Ramallah.
  12. Mazen Radwan Rimawi, Ramallah.
  13. Arafat Nasser, Ramallah.
  14. Ammad Abu Saleh, Ramallah.
  15. Saleh Atiya, Ramallah.
  16. Mahmoud Saleh Atiya, Ramallah. (Saleh’s son)
  17. Ibrahim Khaled Hamamra, Bethlehem.
  18. Ramez Yousef Lahham, Bethlehem.
  19. Dia’ Khalil Ja’fari, Bethlehem.
  20. Safa’ Jihad Abu al-‘Asal, Jericho.
  21. Ahmad Jihad Abu al-‘Asal, Jericho. (Safa’s brother)
  22. Yousef Suleiman Karshan, Jericho.
  23. Daoud Khalil Abu Dahouk, Jericho.
  24. Bara’ Na’el Dweikat, Nablus.
  25. Husam Emad al-‘Amoudi, Nablus.
  26. Mo’in Tabanja, Nablus.
  27. Salam Anan Bishkar, Nablus.
  28. Soheib Khader al-Hosary, Tulkarem.
  29. Mohammad Bilal Abu Bakr, Jenin.
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